One feature of Glasgow's public transport which is almost forgotten today is the Clutha service, which from 1884 to 1903 provided a cheap and frequent service of steamers up and down the Clyde between Victoria Bridge at Stockwell Street and Whiteinch.
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|Published By||Brian Patton|
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